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at indianapolis. what led to his tragic crash and how did this happen? in minutes. are you receiving a payout from a legal settlement or annuity over 10 or even 20 years? call imperial structured settlements. the experts at imperial can convert your long-term payout into a lump sum of cash today. martha: this is a tragic story. a 13-year-old motorcycle racer died at indianapolis motor speedway, over the weekend. during a trial run, this young boy, peter lenz, fell off his bike and there are reports out there that he was waving, that he was down, and then was hit by one of the other motorcycle riders, a 12-year-old motorcycle rider in the race and, the young boy who was killed in all of this, he was from washington state, he was a rising star, in the world of motorcycle racing. >> the second rider, he hit him from behind, his bike flew up about 5 feet in the air, and they landed about 25, 30 feet, beyond him. martha: what an awful story this is, this is video taken from the web site and shows what it looked like, from the seat of his bike, the teenager took home several first place and top three fi
kids said it was spectacular. there you go. i'm still getting over the indianapolis thing. my husband worked there. i should know there. "nbc nightly news" is next and then more local news on the bay area at 6:00. >>> political fallout -- controversy over a planned mosque near ground zero follows the president as he visits the gulf. >>> out of control -- an off-road race goes horribly wrong. shining a harsh light on a dangerous past time. >>> a credit, as kids head back to school, parents get some help with the bills in these tough economic times. >>> deadly summer for kids on the street. but look who's stepping in to help keep them safe. >>> and meals on wheels -- fancy food served from the back of a truck. can gourmet be portable? captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good evening, what the white house once called a local issue here in new york has become part of a national dialogue this weekend. after president obama waded into the controversy over the construction of a mosque near the site of ground zero. and today, the president's political opponents made clea
when he makes that speech. meanwhile, vice president bizen will address it in indianapolis. alex. >> okay. what's been on tap for the president this vacation thus far? it seems low profile. >> reporter: low profile and out of sight of the press. we saw the president on his first full day here, i believe it was friday. he went to a bookstore where he got an advanced copy of "freedom." he was there with his daughter that is day. the first lady went out for ice cream with malia and sasha. a picnic on the south side of the island on the beach. no pictures, no press, no cameras. very low key. aids said the president is trying to recharge his battery. he's doing so out of sight. this morning, got a little rain here. it's not stopped the president. he's on the golf course. >> that makes a good time for coffee and reading the newspaper inside and watching msnbc. >> reporter: absolutely. >> see you, again, thank you. >>> the mystery of a missing vincent van gogh. poppy flous or vase with flowers was stolen yesterday. then apparently found. now, officials say it's still missing. what's up
: thank you. >>> birthday celebrations ends in bloodshed. cops in indianapolis say a masked man opened fire on a crowd releasing 30 rounds from a high-powered rifle. two people killed and six injured in the attack. the cops say it's possible someone fired the shots at the gunman. it happened just after midnight outside a home on the west side of indy. no word on a possible motive. we're told the attacker fired from the street and from a car before leaving the scene. the police say they found the getaway car but so far, to our knowledge, no arrests. >>> a stunning, tragic end to a family outing in louisiana. the shreveport assistant fire chief reports a are group of teenagers were in the river when all of a sudden the bottom dropped out from underneath them. none of them could swim, neither could family on shore. all they could do was watch as the teens tried to save each other, one by one disappearing underneath the surface. six drowned. one made it out alive. >> they tried to swim back up and they were hollering for help. they started going on down. >> you went in after one and had ah
donating a million and a half dollars to establish a foundation that would help a hospital in indianapolis which treats children with life-threatening diseases. he's a pate . congressman weiner got upset over his peers voting down new health care money. when asked about his passionate display mr. weiner said this. >> sometimes things make you angry. i don't have any regret to showing my anger. you got people on fox news acting angry when they are not. bill: of course fox news has nothing to do with mr. weiner's issue but he has to throw us in there. it makes him a pinhead. also, spout off from anywhere in the world, oreilly@foxnews.com. name a town if you wish to opine. when writing to the factor do not be spurious. again, thanks for watching i am bill o'reilly please remember the spin stops right here, because we are definitely looking out for definitely looking out for you. >> top of the morning to you on a tuesday, august 3rdrd. i'm gretchen carlson. thanks for sharing your time today. is it an act of sincerity or a distraction tactic? the backers of the controversial ground zero mosqu
in august, an engineering firm agreed to pay $52 million to survivors of the indianapolis bridge collapse. 13 people died, 145 more were injured. >>> the new facility overseeing the gulf oil claims takes over the 20 billion fund today, ken fienberg says the funds will be more generous than from any court. he says it makes more sense to settle than to sue. anyone who receives a settlement gives up the right to sue. >>> rectal cancer has grown by nearly 4% a year among the under 40 crowd, but scientists have yet to figure out why. new gift card rules go into effect today, from now on any new gift cards won't expire from the last date of purchase or from the last day money was added to the car. an inactivity charge may be used if the card hasn't been used in at least a year. >>> of course the ongoing finding does have a high cost, five more americans died in just the past two days. the pentagon is spending $100 million each on three air bases. >>> nbc's jim miklaszewski joins me now live from the pentagon. do these expanded air bases signal some sort of long-term state for those in afghanist
-year-old motorcycle racer at the indianapolis speedway. his name was peter lentz and died yesterday after wiping up before a warmup lap on a race. he was run over by another rider who was 12 years old. he's the youngest to ever die on that same speedway. >> all right. seven time cy young award winner roger clemens will be arraigned in washington, d.c. that will be at 2:00 eastern today. the six count indictment accuses him of lying to congress when he claims he never used steroids or h.g.h., human growth hormones. if convicted, clemens faces between 15 and 21 months behind bars and he has that civil suit looming if he pleads guilty or cuts a deal. >> he has a few issues. >> the imam behind the proposed mosque near ground zero said election year politics are to blame for the fueling of the islamic center. in an interview with the paper, rauf blames a tiny minority for leading the opposition. rauf compared the struggle of muslims to america to the earlier struggles of jews and cathol catholic immigrants. he made the comments during a taxpayer funded trip to the middle east. >> canadi
.d. norman. there's -- j.d. norman has taken an ad out in the local indianapolis newspaper called "the indianapolis star" and here it is this morning. full page ad pleading with the members of the local 23 to have a vote on this issue. this is 650 jobs that we'd like to keep in indiana as the national union representative knows and indicates in the paper this morning, these individuals were will be being paid at the market wage rate. >> sure. j.d. norman said effectively you can work for us at this particular rate which is $15.50 an hour. mitch, tell us, $15.50 an hour, is that on par? it's half of what the g.m. workers are making right now. is it on par with what other automakers in indiana are making? >> well, we have toyota plants, subaru facility and a honda plant here in indiana and it's above the starting wage rate at those facilities. and at the starting wage rate for what new g.m. workers would be paid when they're hired into the new g.m. in addition to this, the g.m. workers would be allowed to move to other facilities across the -- other g.m. facilities across the country o
23. he joins us from indianapolis. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> so the united auto workers came to talk to you guys, the members of the united auto workers on sunday. and essentially, you guys ran them out of the meeting and you won't even vote on this thing. why not? >> well, back in may, we had a union meeting and i know i voted that we didn't want the international to negotiate a contract with j.d. norman with us by the minutes of our next union meeting and there was even more that agreed with that. >> ok. >> and international still wins anyways and negotiated a contract with them. >> for folks who are not familiar with your situation and the situation of 600 united auto workers out there in indianapolis, is g.m. is going to close a plant, a company called j.d. norman would like to buy it and take it over but you guys have got to take these wage cuts. now, let's take a look. right now, the starting wage at where you work is $29 an hour. what they're saying is we want you to take 1550, the new company does and in fact, tim, that's what the g.m. organization is o
that speech. meanwhile, vice president biden appears tomorrow in indianapolis to speaks to the vfw. also on iraq. and also this morning, alex, 50,000 troops still left in iraq. u.s. troops. they are not going to be called combat troops but they are combat ready. today the leader of american forces there, lieutenant general ray odierno, says he cannot see a scenario in which they engaged in combat unless he says, quote, a complete failure on the part of the iraqi forces there to force u.s. troops to become involved once again. >> how is the weather holding for the president? wasn't he out playing golf earlier? >> yeah. we understand that he's still playing golf. it's windy. we've had a little off and on rain. not a deluge yet. we expect to see that weather you're experiencing on the east coast and in new york to creep up this way. the president, he's something of a die hard when it comes to golf. this is his second round since getting here on thursday afternoon. >> hope he has a good game. thanks so much, mike viqueira. >>> this morning iran's president is calling it the ambassador of de
. a 13-year-old motorcycle racer killed in a crash at the indianapolis motor speedway. his name was peter lengths. here is a picture. he reportedly fell off his bike during a warm-up lap for a race yesterday. another motorcycle racer hit him. we have video of peter on his bike from his web site. he is the youngest rider ever killed at the speedway. a spokesman for the united states grand prix racer's association says the teens who race know what they are doing. >> we have been racing at almost every single track in the country. big tracks, small tracks. you name it these kids have proven time and time again that their skills, their training, their background and everything have proven that these guys are more than ready for a track like this. >> shepard: well, the union reports it will review its safety rules but will not conduct a formal investigation into the death of 13-year-old peter lentz she claims the purse was not hers. the arrest report says it was. she is paris hilton and back with johnny law. talk about trouble, the entire east coast keeping an eye on hurricane you recall. -- e
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indianapolis down to new orleans, houston, columbia, south carolina. we're talking about dangerous heat, heat warnings, heat advisories, upper level high. we have a cold front and we also have the jet stream way to the north but the cold front dips down as does the jet stream so that brings relief. temperatures will feel like 111 in st. louis. 109 in tulsa. 103 in cincinnati but by friday that front drops down and we get a little relief down to 87 in cincinnati. 91 in st. louis. little rock will feel a little cooler with the temperature of 97. >> we will see some scattered showers and thunderstorms off and on as we head to the day today. it will be a muggy day. high temperatures and the low 90s. ♪ somebody call 911 >>> this morning on "today's money 911" advice for your financials. jean chatzky, the author of "money 911," dylan ratigan the host of "the dylan ratigan show" on msnbc, and sharon epperson, cnbc's financial correspondent. we have tamron hall outside fielding questions and infecting the crowd. so good morning, everybody. are you all ready? >> ready to go. >> we have melissa stand
? >> i like new orleans and indianapolis in terms of experience and talent. i know how hard it is to repeat. i pick the colts to get back. surprise. >> of course you are! >> but i think that super bowl defending champ is tough to get back. i like dallas in the nfc and put talent together. they have a chemistry that's coming on a little bit better. i think with what else is happening in thenfc east, the giants, philadelphia with the new quarterback now, washington with a new coach, i think dallas might have the easiest road to win the division. >> there's buzz about the new york jets in this town. people like them around the top of the league. >> i'm hearing about the jets. i still -- i guess i have to be shown that. because to me, they were a team that won nine games. they're on the rise but i can't put them up with indianapolis yet. >> owens and ochocinco going to work out? >> i don't see how that works out. that's two real distinct personalities and want the ball and cincinnati was a running game last year and thinking that they'll be happy i'm surprised. >> could coach du
the numbers go probably to triple digits. indianapolis gets to 96. it will feel like 100 to 119 in most of the country. yep, that's august. >> coming >> coming up in the next half hour, we'll look at some activity in the tropics, george. >> okay, sam, thank you very much. >>> first lady michelle obama and daughter sasha are back home at the white house after a five-day trip from spain that has drawn flak for being who extravaga extravagant. yunji de nies covered it. >> reporter: sasha gave her father a belated birthday hug after a whirlwind tour of southern spain. just hours earlier, mother and daughter met with the spanish king and queen for a lunch of fresh seafood and veal. for five days, they shopped and saw the sights, all under the crush of crowds. this girls' getaway wasn't cheap. these hotel rooms run from $400 to nearly $7,000 a night. the white house said the obamas paid their own way, but their security is covered by american taxpayers. some estimates put that cost at $2 have the,000. >> if they were mrs. bush, screaming would be heard everywhere. >> this is completely overhy
in the united states of america. it makes no sense to me in indianapolis where the same report reported that 19% of the african-american boys graduated from high school, that that school system is allowed to exist and people are allowed to be employed by that. when we look in the new england states, a state like maine, where you have 70 or 80% of the african males graduated. what we're seeing around the country is that there are successful models where they can graduate african-american males in the same cities where they can't. when the only option that the parents are is a horrible, failing school system, then you can put all of the work you want in, at the back end, 47% of the african-american males graduates, i bet some 50% of those are reading four or five grade levels behind. >> back to that, the program that they haufr in new jersey, these free preschool classes, and the fact that it's full time and they start early on, and they have a curriculum. what is happening there that's contributing to the successful graduation rates? >> new jersey schools as a state -- new jersey's public school
, to chicago, all the way to indianapolis. these are 75-mile-per-hour storms. these are big thunderstorms, carrying lots and lots of rain. this can really be a problem. obviously, on your drive in this morning, but anytime during the day today. the other big weather story today. this is serious heat >>> and we are gearing up for another hot day. the daytime highs will make it into the mid to upper 80's. tonight it will cool down to the upper 60's. still energized from that little discussion, robin. all that weather was brought to you by dairy queen. robin? >> thinking about that. just breathe. thanks, sam. >>> next, a new consumer alert about supplements. could they be harmful to your health? well, max, first day... moh-ohm. -do you have your lunch? -yes. and you know where your classroom is? uh huh. mom, i can walk from here. what about your... mom, i got it. ♪ [ female announcer ] they're never too big for a little something sweet. kellogg's rice krispies treats. long summer days, and not enough sleep. what i wouldn't do for a do-over. [ female announcer ] new neutrogena® clinical sk
. >> phoenix climbs to 107. sacramento 89. 90s in omaha, kansas city and indianapolis. 103 in dallas. and 92 in new orleans. 80s in boston, new york, and atlanta. >>> more than 100 families in south carolina are making waves for a good cause. >> they hit the beach along with a special camp for autistic children. the group called surfers healing pairs professionals with kids so they can appreciate the sport. the group's founder says the children living with autism respond to the water in a magical kind of way. >> that's a great idea. parents say it's incredible to see how the kids calm down. some of them as you can imagine cry as first but 99% of them eventually get it and you can see by the smiles there they enjoy it. >> we'll be right back with more after this. diabetics on medicare! i'm a diabetic and i want you to know over 230,000 u.s. their diabetic supplies through liberty medical. and that begins with the one touch ultra 2 meter. easy to use, fast results... at no additional cost! liberty helps keep you on track by delivering diabetic supplies to your door...and filing your claims. i
to albuquerque. minneapolis 88. indianapolis 93. 87 here in new york. 94 in miami. >>> well, commuter rail is getting a little safer and more comfortable for women in indonesia. >> indonesia is the world's most populous muslim country. the new train cars should help them ride without unwanted advances or harassment. the special cars are located in the front and the back of the train and they feature bright pink and orange seats. >> the women ride in style. similar services are offered to rail commuters in japan, india and brazil as well. >> great idea. we'll be right back with more "world news now." hoveround power chair? the statue of liberty? the grand canyon? it's all possible ith a hoveround., tom: hi i'm tom kruse, inventor rand founder of hoveround., when we say you're free to see the world, we mean it. call today and get a free overound information kit, that includes a video and full color brochure. dennis celorie: "it's by far the best chair i've ever owned." terri: "last year, 9 out of 10 people got their hoveround for "little or no money." jim plunkitt: "no cost. absolutely no co
troops in iraq and progress in afghanistan in a speech in indianapolis today. the address to the veterans of foreign wars comes as david patraeus says they're turning the tide in afghanistan and americans end their operations in iraq. >> we're going home. we won. it's over. >> reporter: the uplifting images out of iraq late last week are unlike most images of war. smiling soldiers preparing to head homeward are a sharp contrast to the news out of afghanistan. two members of a force were killed on monday. 44 international troops have died there this month, including 29 americans. this, as afghan president hamad karzai plans to reach out to the taliban. >> afghan will be ready to talk to those taliban powers who belong to afghanistan and not part of al-qaeda. >> reporter: senator lindsey graham has just returned from afghanistan. although graham has battled the president's idea of setting a date for troop withdrawal there, he now said he could see an end to u.s. involvement. >> after this trip, i think we can transition some areas of afghanistan to afghan control. i have seen progress i had
president joe biden will be in indianapolis today to talk about the war in iraq. this comes days after the last u.s. combat troops begin to leave the country. will the v.p. address the fact that iraq still does not have a government and, perhaps, have not put enough pressure on that government or helped that government work towards a compromise? kelly wright is live in washington with the preview. hey, kelly. >> good morning to you. fox news has learned from senior administration officials that the speech that vice president joe biden delivers later today is expected to be a three part speech, if you will, dealing with iraq, afghanistan and veterans programs funded during the obama administration. with the troop draw down, vice president biden will predict a resolution of the current political impasse in iraq and state the issue will be resolved in the near future. he will neither set nor predict a political compromise. he will also note the progress of the iraqi army and police forces in providing security in iraq's major cities and rural areas as well. u.s. commander in iraq says he'
there and republican pollster john mclaughlin joining us from indianapolis. good morning to both of you. >> good morning. >> dana, let's start with you. this is one of your personal pet peeves. you hate it when people say the tea party candidate. explain why. >> i do! oh, because i think some people take tea party to mean it's an actual party and it's not. i don't like the term tea party candidate. makes me sick to my stomach. i look at it like this. there are republicans that are running, republican candidates that are on tickets in different primaries that share the same belief system and the same platform as the grassroots movement, but that doesn't make them a tea party candidate. sounds very co-opty to me. >> you feel while some are trying to portray the tea party as spoilers in this, these actually energizing the base. that's a good thing for republicans. >> right, you've seen it. we did a big study in the beginning of the year for national view institute and it's on our web site but it energized the republican primary and now you have candidates that have won these primaries and they can
you live. i want to go through a low-cost is city, des moines, iowa, indianapolis. if you have $100,000 a year to live on in those cities, you're considered rich so what does it take to $100,000 a year and not have to work? well, if you want to retire at 35, wouldn't that be nice, you're going to need $4 million. but if you can wait it out until you're 65, $2 million. but ali, speaking to you from new york city where you used to live, you know how expensive it is and unless you're a new yorker or someone who lives in l.a. or san francisco, what the experts say is you're going to need about $300,000 a year to live on to become comfortable. what does that mean? it means the ability to pay your taxes, a $3,800 a month apartment, pretty pricey, and $12,000 a month to live on, and the way you get that, ali, is by saving up $12 million by the time you are 35, which we know you have done, ali, even though you're not 35 yet, and then you can live on that. that's rich here in new york. >> now, so the issue here, of course -- it all comes back to politics and what we're talking about. because
can call it that, of a man in indianapolis. his friends said -- look at it go! that's going to get to you school pretty quickly. why would he do this, you ask? that's the question that's going through your mine right now. well, he says, fis, because it's pretty cool. but it will teaches kids a lesson. that jets are hot -- the bus is, too. drugs are not. >> jets are hot and they should drive that way? i don't know. >> that's pretty funny to watch a school bus going that quickly. >> it's pretty cool. >>> same-sex couples in california five days away from being able to marry again. the opposition has just enough time to appeal. >>> that story coming up, and don't just skim through your friend's pictures on facebook. find out how can you actually use the popular social network to visit that friend in person. ten minutes after the hour. >>> come canning up on 13 minutes after the hour on this friday, the 13th. five days interest now, same-sex couples in california could be tying knot again. celebrations erupted yesterday after a federal judge announced the state's ban on day marriage ca
is joining us from indianapolis on the independent line, good morning. caller: good morning, thank you for accepting my call. my question was pertaining to the privacy. if they're worried about our privacy, then why is it that the consumer has to go out and purchase the cookies or whatever else it is to keep them from going in our background? to me, it just doesn't seem right to be on the computer, go in, and somebody retrieving all of my personal information, because i guarantee, out of their "transparency" i can't do that with the corporations and find out how much money the executives are making. my question is why is it that the consumer has to go out and purchase these things for their computer? host: thank you. caller: thank you. guest: well, i'm not sure you need to purchase anything. almost everything we're talking about is free. for instance, if you want to download some free software that blocks tracking, you can do that, or you can look for free at some of these transparency websites that will tell you a little bit what they know about you. i agree that this value exchange t
lee and we'll pick up the story then, ted stevens was born in indianapolis, indiana and made his faway to fairbanks, alaska, and born november of 1923 and served the us army corps and the second world war in china, three years, 1943 to 1946, the longest serving republican senator in the united states senate history. now we're waiting to see his fate, the fate possibly of his sons and also sean o'keefe, administrator of nasa, director there. martha: and his son as well. bill: more information when we get it i want to squeeze in a quick commercial break and we'll work our phones as we go to break here. for more information log onto foxnews.com and get complete updates and up-to-the-minute on-line and we're back here in a moment on this breaking news story in "america's newsroom." >> reporter: in case you're joining us we are reporting on a plane crash in the wilderness of alaska that may possibly have taken the lives of eight or nine people. we are working our way through the information trying to figure out what we can report as fact and what is not. this is what we understand, late las
-old on the indianapolis motor speedway is sparking debate about how young is too young for racers to be competing on one of the world's best-known tracks. motorcycle racer peter lenz died sunday after falling off his bike and getting run over by another cycle driven by a 12-year-old. >>> a tragic accident in ecuador sunday when a bus ran off a highway and overturned killing 38 people and injuring a dozen others. police believe a driver fell asleep, although the cause of the crash is still under investigation. >>> a volcano in western indonesia that has been dormant for mour than four centuries is erupting today. people living on the slopes of mt. sinabung. >>> the comic book superhero was arrested today in sydney after scaling a building with his barehands. robaire is known forri climbing the tallest buildings without ropes or equipment. it is 8:04. back now to al in los angeles. >>> we have a chilly morning in los angeles. temperatures in the upper 50s. as we look at our pick city, us a continue, texas, kxan, nbc 36, cloudy with afternoon thunderstorms. near 100 degrees today. as we go and show you the
of some of our p.t.a. families here today in the audience. officer dave stokes of the indianapolis police department who understands what this -- of the annapolis police department who understands what this will mean to the safety of our towns and we are joined by children who are examples of our future leaders and innovators and the clearest example of what we need to support, president kennedy called them our greatest resource and hope for the future. i would like to thank the children and families here today, give yourselves a nice round of applause. today, again, we will create over 300,000 jobs, or save them, not just any jobs but jobs that are the most significant in our country. the sense of community that our teachers, our police and firefighters, our health care workers bring and we will do in it a fiscally responsible way by closing costly tax loopholes that allow corporations to ship american jobs overseas. this is part of what our distinguished majority leader, mr. hoyer, called our make it in america agenda. make it, manufacture it in america and make it, so people can make i
he was heading to indianapolis, indiana, and that's where he was from. he didn't have enough money to get there. >> did he seem -- you offered him, ron, a job doing some odd jobs around the church, i think pulling some weeds and cleaning up some hoses. you were going to pay him $40. did he seem grateful for the opportunity? >> yeah, he told me he was out of money and so i offered a job for him, so he mowed the grass and brought the weed whacker out and did a bunch of the work around the church. i paid him, he took the money and like any good pastor i talked about tithing and he wanted to tithe off the $40. >> and i know eventually your suspicions raised to the point where you did call law enforcement as did another parishioner who apparently recognized him from the news. he was planning to come back and perhaps do some more work the next day and that's when he was arrested. he was arrested with a handgun. you now know a little bit more about his background. have you stopped to think about what could have been had he come back to that church? >> yeah, i sure have. i thought of all t
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